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VirtMus (virtual music) allows the user to display multi-page sheet music and flip pages without removing the hands (or feet) from the instrument the music is performed on. It is very useful during concerts and practice sessions.

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Recent releases

  •  25 Mar 2011 01:14

    Release Notes: The ability to undo annotations was added. A double-click or a right-click on the thumbnails now displays them in the annotation window. Some operations were multi-threaded to speed things up. More PDFs are now handled properly. The display of help in Linux was improved. Rendering of rotated PDF pages was fixed.

    •  13 Nov 2010 06:44

      Release Notes: A number of features were added, such as basic annotation tools and playlist indications of missing songs. Some bugs were fixed and functionality on Linux was verified.

      •  05 Oct 2009 14:45

        Release Notes: This release adds support for using PDF files as music pages sources. It also includes a small number of usability improvements.

        •  07 Dec 2008 10:33

          Release Notes: Page transitions in the live window are now much smoother. A Windows installer has been added. Large music collections are loaded much faster now. Many other usability improvements were made.

          •  06 Nov 2007 07:11

            Release Notes: The main changes in this release are music page annotations, integration with Inkscape, and smoother animation for page flips in the live window.


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